One thing that I first noticed when I moved to New York three years ago was the presence of so many fire escapes framing each building. When I moved into my apartment I remember one of things that I loved the most was that two of the bedrooms have beautiful fire escapes that look out
Happy Friday, Hart Beat! I hope you’re all still adjusting to the new layout here (there are still a couple of tweaks that I’m working out on my end). Keep the comments coming and I’ll keep the snark and music coming at ya. I don’t have the usual Friday five today for you (lo
Hi Hart Beat. Can I see a raise of hands for all of you out there who count on there morning coffee everyday? What’s that? All of you? I thought so. I started drinking coffee when I studied abroad in Spain (the first time I actually needed coffee, shout out to those moondancers out there).
Hi Hart Beat. Don’t worry, it’s me Hannah speaking to you through the internet. You may be a little surprised to visit the site and see this crazy new format and a brand spanking new URL name. Well Hart Beat, the time has come and i’ve migrated over from ye old blogger.com to the fancy
Hello there my dear Hart Beat. Happy Friday! The new Friday post lineup is coming to you thinks afternoon but first I want to talk about a brand that I came across a couple of weeks ago. Bridge & Burn, a “Japanese-meets-Scandinavian aesthetic” (is there anything better sounding than that combination??) created by Erik Prowell,